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moos, cnn, new york. >> bon appeti that does it for me. i'm john king. the news continues next on cnn. >>> you're in the cnn newsroom. here's a look at the stories making headlines. president obama spent the day in new hampshire talking about the budget and blasting mitt romney and paul ryan's plans for a medicare overhaul. in florida, ryan brought his mom along to defend his medicare plans before an audience of mostly senior citizens. we'll have the latest on both campaigns coming up. >>> for the first time in 45 years, dallas county, texas is spraying mosquito pesticide from the air trying to end a deadly outbreak of west nile virus. it's already claimed 21 lives in texas and made at least 550 others sick. many in dallas are oposed to the spraying. the epa says the pesticide isn't harmful to humans or pets. >>> officials say can't lopes from southwest indiana are making people sick and killed two people. the cause, salmonella. the fda says if you have any cantaloupes from that part of the country, throw them out. more than 140 people came down with salmonella infection in 20 states.
's it for this keeping them hobest honest special report. we'll see you again. thanks for watching. >> cnn center, welcome to our viewers around the world and in the united states and our breaking news coverage. sources, multiple sources, are telling cnn that the ticket is fixed on the republican side. just hours from now, sources say, the republican candidate, mitt romney, is going to announce that congressman paul ryan will be on the ticket as vice president. a major development in the u.s. presidential campaign. glor ya, tell us what your sources are saying? >> both john king and i have been talking to sources as well as peter hamby. none of our sources are steering us away from paul ryan. some of them are steering us towards paul ryan. in fact, a few of them are. and i think this shows us a calculation that mitt romney is tending to make the fiscal future of the country and the budget issue a real center piece of the campaign. i think what's interesting to me, you were talking to john a few minutes ago about joe biden and how joe biden would have a debate with paul ryan. it's interesting beca
>>> i'm colleen mcedwards at cnn center. welcome to our viewers around the world and i the united states in our breaking news coverage. sources, multiple sources are telling cnn that the ticket is fixed on the republican side. just hours from now, sources say the republican candidate mitt romney is going to announce that congressman paul ryan will be on the ticket as vice president. a major development in the u.s. presidential campaign. gloria, tell us what your sources are saying. gloria borger is with us, cnn's chief political analyst. >> both john king and have i been talking to sources as well as peter hanby. none of our sources are steering us away from paul ryan. some of us are steering us towards paul ryan. in fact a few of them are. i think what this shows us, a paul ryan pick is a calculation that mitt romney is going to a different generation, and that he intends to make the fiscal future of the country and the budget issue a real centerpiece of the campaign. i think what is interesting to me, you were talking to john a few minutes ago about joe biden and how joe biden w
>> you are watching cnn breaking news. i'm colleen mcedwards. we received confirmation a short time ago that the republican white house candidate mitt romney is going to reveal his vice presidential candidate. this is going to happen at a major campaign stop on saturday. in the u.s. state of virginia a few hours from now. a little over eight hours from now. we are expecting that announcement to be made after weeks and weeks of speculation. wolf blitzer is with us in d.c. and john king is with us as well. wolf, what are the choices and the possibilities? >> the short -- [ no audio ] >> i am not hearing wolf. if you can hear me, start again. if we lost wolf, we will go to john. i think we lost wolf. we have been having a little problems with the connection there, but we will get it back. john king, if i can get you to pick up on that, we are resetting here and wanting to tell people that the announcement is just hours away. we don't know who it is, but remind us of the possibilities. >> a little under nine hours from now, the former massachusetts governor will be the republican nomine
next list." for more on "the next list," go to cnn.com/nextlist or visit my life stream at cnn.com/sanjay. i'm sanjay gupta. thanks so much for watching. >>> hello, everyone. you're in the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. >>> wikileaks founder julian assange made a bold move today stepping out on the balcony of the embassy in london, his first public appearance in months. a crowd of supporters watched as assange delivered a blunt message to the u.s. cnn's atika shubert was there. >> reporter: it's been two months since julian assange sought refuge inside the embassy of ecuador around almost two years since two women in sweden brought allegations of sex crimes against him. that's why sweden wants him extradited and what julian assange is fighting against. but today assange addressed his supporters from that balcony, still a protective part of the embassy of ecuador where he has now been granted asylum. scores of his supporters came out to hear him while british police stood guard. he told supporters his fight was purely political. >> there is unity in the oppression. the
roar. jeanne moos, cnn. what's your message to snoop lion? [ laughter ]. >> reporter: new york. >> that does it for me. i'm candy crowley in "the situation room." the news continues next on cnn. >>> hello, everyone, i'm don lelon. we're going to get you up to speed on stories making headlines. 14 fires are scorching huge chunks of oklahoma. oklahoma county sheriff's deputies are looking for a possible arson suspect who may be linked to one fire. red flag warning is in effect for much of the state. oklahoma's governor says dangerous conditions are fueling the fires. >> it's still very, very hot outside. yesterday it was up to 115 and some areas of the state, we of course are in the middle of a big drought in our state. we need rain and cool temperatures desperately. >> at least 120 homes or buildings had been destroyed. live report from oklahoma straight ahead here on cnn. [ gunfire ] >>> this is aleppo, the biggest city in syria. it is a battlefield now, but it soon might be the scene of an all-out warfare. rebels fighting for their, fighting there think syrian forces are getti
of him with our coverage so far. we're goirng to take a short break here on cnn, but we will be back in just a moment. meineke's personal pricing on brakes. i tell mike what i can spend. i do my best to make that work. we're driving safely. and sue saved money on brakes. now that's personal pricing. >>> sources tell cnn that u.s. congressman paul ryan will be on the ticket. with the republican candidate. we've got john king standing by. you recently spent a good bit of time with paul ryan. we've been talking a lot about the substance, the policy. and, you know, it just strikes me as we talk and as we watch the pictures here on the style side where mitt romney can appear quite stiff. paul ryan looks, to me, very relaxed, very fluid, very different. >> they loox a little bit like older and younger. but he's more of a back slapper. and more comfortable tipping a pint of beer that you might see governor romney in that type of setting. and as oush sources are telling us, a risky choice will be announced. the announcement on the deck of a retired battleship. >> for paul rooip, it might fee
wrong. tonight on cnn. >> first tonight, born in atlanta and now an international star. spike lee fundamentally changed film making and in the process has become a leader in race relations and a cultural icon. he sits down with our don lemon and opens up from everything from president obama to racism. >> there people who say and i heard a number of people say this. i think they said it to a number of people, new racism is a denial of racism. >> there is an answer to that this question to whether i have known and seen. this country means a great -- one of the biggest steps in history from president barack hussein obama put his right hand on abraham lincoln's bible. i didn't go for the okie doke. i didn't drink the kool aid. there were a ton of people black and white, brown and yellow, who thought at that moment racism would disappear. abracadabra, presto chango, alakazam, poof. why would it just disappear? i never thought that. a lot of people did though. this is going to be the defining moment. then when we entered the post racial -- what does that mean? the post racial era? race
standing by with our extensive coverage. we're going to take a short break here on cnn. but we will be back in just a moment. [ male announcer ] this is rudy. his morning starts with arthritis pain. and two pills. afternoon's overhaul starts with more pain. more pills. triple checking hydraulics. the evening brings more pain. so, back to more pills. almost done, when... hang on. stan's doctor recommended aleve. it can keep pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is rudy. who switched to aleve. and two pills for a day free of pain. ♪ [ female announcer ] and try aleve for relief from tough headaches. cancer. >>> sources tell cnn that u.s. congressman paul ryan will be on the ticket with the republican candidate mitt romney in the u.s. presidential race. we've got john king standing by. and john, you recently spent a good bit of time with paul ryan in your coverage of this campaign. we've been talking a lot about the substance, the policy. and, you know, it just strikes me as we talk and as we watch the pictures here on the style side where mitt romney can appear quite stiff,
on tonight. cnn saturday night where most shows dare not to go. >>> tonight, spike lee like you've never seen him before. >> me, post racial era. >> and the kind of interview only cnn's dom lemon can do. >> you're a racist. >> talking politics. >> i drink the kool-aid. >> principal. >> and we're in the punks. >> and perry. >> everything i need to say has been said. >> plus afghan forces turning on americans. >> our enemies have attempted to undermined the trust. >>yan gets riled up. >> mom, you did build that! >> hairpin turn. gone terribly wrong. tonight on cnn. >>> first, tonight, borne in atlanta and now an international star. spike lee has fundamentally changed film making and, in the process, he has also become a leader in race relations and a cultural icon. he sit down with our don lemon and opens up from everything from president obama and racism. >> there are people, i've heard a number of people say this. i think bill mar r has said it. the new racism is the denial to racism. >> here is the answer to this question to what i've known, i've seen. this country made a great -- one of the
for brain cancer. it's fascinating stuff. not going to want to miss that. stay connected at cnn.com/sanjay. keep that conversation going on twitter at sanjay gupta cnn. time now for a check of your top stories in the cnn newsroom. >>> hello everyone. i'm don lemon. thank you so much for joining us. we'll start with developing news. we have some severe weather coming out of the chicago area. apparently there is a lollapalooza festival going on in chicago. this is grant park which is downtown chicago and all of these people i would imagine they are entering the venue. maybe leaving. i'm not sure. but again, there is bad weather, severe thunderstorms rolling through the area right now and this is courtesy of wls. our meteorologist rob marciano on top of this for me. rob, help me out here. what's going on? >> they're filing out, don. they've just suspended festivities at lollapalooza because of the line of storms that's moving in the last couple years we've had a rash of accidents and unfortunate events with concerts and outdoor venues during summer time severe weather events like w
for watching. >>> good morning. everyone, from the cnn center, i'm randi kaye. it's 5:00 a.m. on the east coast. we're coming to you live an hour early because of breaking news. in a few hours, mitt romney will announce his running mate. sources tell cnn it will be congressman paul ryan of wisconsin. he is a tea party favorite and rising gop star. and it just so happens romney will be making this morning's announcement on the "uss wisconsin." and look at the website, romneyryan.com already running this morning. and it says, here's a chance to meet your comeback team. links to romney/portman and romney/rubio don't go anywhere. they will make the announcement in norfolk, virginia, at 9:00 a.m. eastern time. that's where he's kicking off a bus tour. brian monroe is the editor of cnnpolitics.com. he's joining me from our washington bureau. good morning. sources telling cnn, the v.p. pick will be paul ryan. what do you think? what would ryan bring to the ticket? >> this is going to be an interesting day for the romney campaign. this selection for mitt romney will either be -- i guess apparent select
with coordinates. brian todd, cnn, washington. >>> hello again. you're in the cnn newsroom. i'm fredricka whitfield. mitt romney and his newly announced runningate aren't wasting any time hitting the campaign trail. just a few hours after introducing wisconsin congressman paul ryan as his vice presidential running mate the presumptive republican ticket is making its case to voters in virginia. right now they are in virginia getting ready to hold their third event of the day, a rally in the town of manassas. cnn's national political correspondent jim acosta is on the way to manassas on the press bus there. jim, what's the message romney and ryan are holding on to? >> well, we've seen a lot of messages today from the romney/ryan ticket. we can now call it that starting this morning where mitt romney really threw down the gauntlet to the obama campaign and said this is not going to be about a personal attack in this campaign. it's going to be about the issues. and they started to get into some of those issues. paul ryan of course took the stage and talked about the need to cut the national debt in thi
releases his income tax returns, like everybody else has done. reid's chief of staff david krone tells c-n-n he knows who the source is, but won't tell. i know who this person is, and if i thought this person was not credible, i would say something to senator reid. i would try to shut it down. this person is credible, krone told c-n-n. the democratic leader in the house is fanning the flames too - telling the huffington post, harry reid made a statement that is true. as for republicans - they're now hitting democrats where it could hurt most - the president's credibility, accusing obamas campaign of orchestrating reid's controversial political attack--pointing the finger at obama advisor david axelrod. a spokesman for the republican party noted to c-n-n, reid first accused romney of not paying his taxes last tuesday hours after axelrod visited senate democrats, r-n-c spokesman sean spicer telling c-n-n, you've got to wonder if the so-called source is axelrod himself. hours after meeting with axelrod, reid comes out and makes baseless accusations. in an email, axelrod called that completely f
. >>> good morning, everyone. from the cnn center, i'm randy kay. it's 6:00 randy kaye. 6:00 on the east coast. 3:00 a.m. out west and 5:ooa.m. in wisconsin. >>> sources tell us that mitt romney is picking paul ryan. the chair of the house budget committee has been sharply critical of president obama's economic policies and outspoken fiscal conservative. take a look at this. the romney/ryan website is up and running. he's expected to make the announcement in norfolk, virginia. ryan monroe is the editor of cnnpolitics.com. he's joining us from our washington bureau. sources telling cnn that it will be paul ryan. what do you think? what do you think he brings to the ticket? >> this is either going to be his boldest move or probably his riskiest mistake. paul ryan is a galvanizing force. for conservative republicans, he's seen as the voice behind conservatism. he is the voice that wants to get rid of medicare. if either of those are truthful, it will be a lightning rod in this campaign. >> why make the announcement today, saturday morning, olympics going on, he's about to kick off his bus t
the hospital that's the epicenter of the crisis. cnn's david mckincy put his life on the line for exclusive access inside. >> reporter: this is the epicenter of an ebola outbreak. we've been given exclusive access and we find out our safety protection isn't enough. the reason this isn't acceptable of safety equipment is because it's cotton like material and obviously fluids which are a key risk in contracting ebola can get sort of soaked into the material. let's keep going. what we've got is pre-packed kits. within here are various bits of kits. >> reporter: the virus is so deadly you need extreme protection. if you're inside the restricted area, no matter what you're doing, you have to wearing something like this. >> you should, yes. >> reporter: plastic overalls, aprons, hoods and a face mask, not a single inch of skin can be exposed. touching fluids, a patient or even an object can put you at risk. we're inside kugadi hospital, when the first case confirmed in late july, the rest of the patients fled and health workers were some of the first to die. >> early on in the epidemic they're of
. heavy rains has been the problem. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello picks up the story for us this morning and much more. good morning. >> thank you, soledad. happening right now in the newsroom, convention threat. cnn has obtained a bulletin warning anarchists could use homemade bombs at the political conventions. new concerns about extremists as tens of thousands gather in tampa. >>> zero, 0%. according to a new poll, that's the number of black voters who support mitt romney. how is that possible? >>> inside the raid, but outside approval. a new book by a navy s.e.a.l. about the assault that killed osama bin laden. it comes out on september 11. but this morning, the pentagon wants to know why it wasn't kept in the loop on this project. >>> plus this. >> a 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook the nation's capital a year ago today, damaging some of the national monuments. find out about reconstruction efforts coming up. "cnn newsroom" starts right now. >>> and good morning. only one more day until friday. thank you for joining us this morning. i'm carol costello. right now, we're go
's the big question. our latest cnn poll shows 54% of voters don't have a favorable or unfavorable opinion about ryan, signaling that a majority of americans don't know enough about him. that sentiment is about the same among republicans. 45% said they were unsure about ryan. in fact, if they were to choose, they told us they would prefer to see florida senator marco rubio, on the ticket, ahead of new jersey governor chris christie or paul ryan. paul ryan is likely to be a lightning rod for republicans and democrats as the presidential campaign heats up. our presidential correspondent john king reports. >> reporter: for paul ryan, debating joe biden might feel like a demotion. >> my question is, why not start freezing spending now? and would you support a line-item veto and helping us get a vote in the house? >> let me respond to two specific questions. but i want to push back on the underlying premise of us increasing spending by 84%. >> the discretionary spending, the bills that you sign into law, that has increased 84%. >> we'll have a longer debate on the budget numbers then. all right
to their beds. >>> fighting is continuing in aleppo. cnn turk was able to enter an area under fire and capture this video. today rebels stormed the state-run tv and radio station and took partial control of the building but eventually had to retreat under heavy shelling. in the midst of the shooting, check out this video that is a non-violent protest against bashar al assad. it reportedly happened yesterday. cnn can't confirm the authenticity of this video. 56 people have died in fighting today. >>> closer to home, in oklahoma right now, gusty wind, a raging wildfire, extreme, dry conditions and then there's this. temperatures in oklahoma today reaching a scorching 113 possibly again. homes are on fire. people are running for their lives. >> i stayed as long as i could and i had to get out of there. when i left other the fire was right at my back door. i don't even know what to think right now. i'm just numb to the whole deal. ? more than 60 buildings have already burned. fire threatens more than 100 homes right now. i want to bring in ken garcia and he's on the phone and we just heard from a
'll have more with you a little bit later on with cnn. in the meantime, i'm don lemon. >> i'm rob marciano. you've been watching thank you newsroom. don will be back at 9:00 eastern time for more special coverage. . >> tonight on cnn presents, is mississippi still burning? a shocking crime. accusations of a sinister motive. >> there's no doubt they were looking for a black victim to assault and even kill in this instance. >> twisted justice? >> i just saw him up with the bat and he started to swing. that's when i reached for the gun. >> this new york city cop says he fired to save his father's life. >> i was convicted of second degree murder. >> but he would walk free after that conviction was overturned. how did he end up back in prison? >> you must have been crushed, crushed when they told you you had to go back. >>> prescription for cheating. they read our x-rays but a cnn investigation over the certification of many radiologists. >> isn't it cheating? >> revealing investigation, fascinating characters and impact. tonight's hosts, randi kaye and drew griffin. >> tonight, hard hitting in
the room. the commotion caused her to have contractions which then sent her to the hospital. "cnn presents. mississippi still burning. that is next. >> tonight on cnn presents, is mississippi still burning? a shocking crime. accusations of a sinister motive. >> there's no doubt they were looking for a victim to asault and even kill, in this instance. i just showed him with the bat and i reached for the gun. this new york city cop says he fired to save his father's life. >> i was con vikted of second-degree murder. >> but he would walk free after that conviction was overturned. how did he end up back in prison? >> you must have been crushed, crushed when they told you you had to go back. >> prescription for cheating. they read our x-raies, but a cnn investigation reveals a disturbing question over the certification of many radiologists. >> isn't that cheating? >> fascinating characters. stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with tonight's host, randy kaye and drew griffin. >> tonight, racism, cheating and injustice. we begin with a murder in mississippi. we broke the shocking
, cnn, washington. >>> and be sure to stay with cnn this morning as mitt romney unveils his running mate. it happens at 9:00 a.m. eastern live from nor folk, virginia. cnn is there and will bring it to you live. jim costa is on the scene with us, we'll speak with him live in just a moment. [ female announcer ] how do you define your moment? the blissful pause just before that rich sweetness touches your lips. the delightful discovery, the mid-sweetening realization that you have the house all to yourself. well, almost. the sweet reward, making a delicious choice that's also a smart choice. splenda no-calorie sweetener. with the original sugar-like taste you love and trust. splenda makes the moment yours. in here, every powerful collaboration is backed by an equally powerful and secure cloud. that cloud is in the network, so it can deliver all the power of the network itself. bringing people together to develop the best ideas -- and providing the apps and computing power to make new ideas real. it's the cloud from at&t. with new ways to work together, business works better. ♪ wouldn't i
in to cnn. you can call it breaking news. it hasn't happened yet but we're looking at this because these people are filing out of the lollapalooza concert in chicago because this weather is going to roll through there. as rob just said, it's going to be pretty severe and has been rolling from west to east getting closer to the chicago area, which is obviously as you know a highly populated area. chicago is a large city so people are starting to take cover. there were pictures earlier from michigan avenue. you could see the traffic there earlier at a standstill because obviously some of it caused by this concert going on and you know people going to the concert, now having to leave. i would imagine that putting people there in a bit of a predicament. rob, how long do you think before this comes in and then leaves chicago? >> you see the radar. we just froze the animation there so you see the latest shot there taken at two minutes after the hour. the storms are moving at a very good clip. in the next five minutes you'll start to feel the rain drops and the down draft in chicago. you'
cancer next time. keep that conversation going on twitter at @sanjaygupta cnn. now time for the top stories on "cnn newsroom." >>> this is "cnn sunday morning." 100 million miles. $2.6 billion. nasa's curiosity rover expected to land on mars tonight. >>> plus -- >> is she allowed to have a boyfriend? >> no. >> party on the weekends? >> no. >> is she allowed to take a few days off and just not train when she's worn out? >> no. >> a lifetime of sacrifices may lead to a necklace of gold. but regardless of performance, three american boxers will make history in london just by showing up. >>> all the pomp but none of the pressure. want to know the best job in the country? we'll have one comedian's take. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. thank you for starting your morning with us. we begin in syria where rebels are braces for what could be a final showdown with the government military. the government troops are advancing on the city of aleppo. warplanes and tanks have been pounding the commercial hub relentlessly. opposition fighters say they have surrounded aleppo's highest po
are in the cnn newsroom. let's get right to today. big development in syria. rebels are saying the syrian vice president has defected and they are trying to get him out of the country and into nearby jordan. observers view him as more powerful than the syrian prime minister who also recently fled the regime. syrian state tv did not say whether he had indeed defected but made a statement saying he would never think of leaving the homeland. some of the heaviest fighting in syria in the past couple days has been in the city of aleppo. ben wedeman says he was in aleppo visiting a rebel controlled hospital when it came under air attack from the syrian forces. we do want to caution you here, the story does contain some very graphic images. [ speaking in other language ] >> reporter: 12-year-old muhammad screams out in fear and pain. shrapnel ripped through his right leg in an air id on the hospital in aleppo's shah district. three passersby including muhammad were wounded in the attack. the task of treating the wounded here, harder by the day, this nurse tells me. >> translator: half of our equipmen
at the cnn head quarters in atlanta. we are speaking now and getting more information on sikhism and this particular group that was preparing for worship here. thank you so much for joining us. earlier we were getting more context saying this particular sect was part of a group and according to him it was hindu sikh. why would he say that? we know sikhs are not muslims and people are saying sikhs cannot be hindu. you say they can. is this a possibility with this group in this temple? >> what i can tell you about this one, hindu and sikhs are living together in india. we have a bond with hindus. so a lot of hindus who come to our church though we are a separate community but we have a lot of things in common. we go to a lot of hindu functions and they go to others. i think that is what he tried to say earlier. >> so as you are listening to the coverage here when you hear about it talking about what has happened after 9/11 about many americans needing more education about other religious groups, about shism and what have you and about hinduism and the particular trials and discrimi
costello. thank you for joining us. cnn newsroom continues right now. >> thank you so much. hi, everybody. i'm ashleigh banfield. it's 11:00 on the east coast, 8:00 a.m. on the west coast. here's where we start this morning. a big, big storm. tropical storm isaac. it's already passed the florida keys. it's now enroute to the gulf coast, a place that does not need to see it. let me show you what the storm has already done, from one ofory ireporters in the keys, high winds, heavy rain, and a lot of flooding. right now, three different states have declared states of emergency before the storm even hits. alabama, mississippi, and louisiana. >> i would recommend to our people, let's hope and pray for the best even as we prepare for the worse. obviously, now is the time to make sure you have evacuation plans, you know where you would go. >> that is the governor of louisiana, that's bobby jindal. and our rob marciano is in his state, live in new orleans for us. oh, my lord, wednesday, the seventh anniversary of hurricane katrina making landfall. it's just spooky that that's exactly the day we're
. this is what was caught on that tape, obtained exclusively by cnn and we warn you, it is disturbing. james craig anderson first comes into view in the right lower corner of the screen after he was beaten, accord though police. he staggers into the head rights of mr. dedman's truck, his shirt easily visible. then the truck backs up, surges forward, the headlights glowing brightly on anderson's shirt before he and that shirt disappear underneath it. the truck runs right over the defenseless man. >> after he does that, he drives to an mcdonald's, he picks up the phone, apparently calls a buddy and says what? >> according to the testimony, i ran that -- over. >> witnesses say he almost was bragging about it, that he was laughing about it really. >> that's what we plan to present. >> darrell dedman pleaded not guilty at first. his attorney refused to answer cnn's many calls for comment although during one court appearance, that attorney said he did not see any evidence racism was involved. the district attorney says nothing else was involved. he classified this as capital murder and a hate crim
on the other side of the break. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >>> don lemon cnn world head quarters in atlanta. deb is in new york getting details. we will get to you in a moment. we want to tell our viewers here in the united states and around the world there has been a shooting at a temple in wisconsin. seven people are dead. they believe including the gunman. four of the people were found dead inside, three of them outside. one of the three outside is the gunman who police are saying presumed dead. in about 15 minutes we want to tell you there is a press conference in wisconsin to talk about this. we are also getting analysis from the sikh community to talk about what happens in their places of worship. obviously a stunned community. when we see something like this happen in the united states at this point we are all americans and we want to know what happened to the victims and what is going on at the church. we will give analysis about faith and what have you as it plays out and warranted. right now the investigation is underway. i want to say that the president of the united states has b
into northern louisiana, from our cnn hurricane headquarters, meteorologist chad myers is monitoring the movements. let's talk about the biggest concern right now given the fact that this storm is so -- just agonizinglism i call it water torture. agonizingly slow. what is the biggest problem at this moment? >> inland flooding is the biggest concern there is a medium concern of these tornadoes, not big tornadoes, not talking kansas or texas tornadoes, but like water spouts moving onshore with every successive big storm that comes through here. let see if i can get a map of that i wasn't prepared to do that first. we back up here. here we go. this will work for me. i always love to have all these things i can take pictures of. we have storms coming into mobile. we have storms coming in here in north florida, also some storms still coming into new orleans. you will notice stlan awful lot of nonstormy weather here where the big area, the shield of rain has moved up, centered over jackson, mississippi. and that area here will pick up about five inches of rain today. that wat all has to ge
the conversation. casey wian for us in california. that's it for me. i'm brooke baldwin here live at the cnn grill in tampa, florida. let's go to wolf blitzer high above the convention floor as above the convention floor as the rnc rolls on. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> happening now, isaac eyes the gulf coast. the tropical storm earerily following in katrina's footsteps seven years to the day. >>> new orleans is put to the test. we're live on the ground where the city is working to prevent a rhee pete of the heart wrenching scenes from seven years ago. >>> and extraordinary inside look at the controversial technology being used to protect the more than 50,000 people who have already gathered here in tampa for the republican national convention. you're going to find out how it can alert authorities to a crime sometimes before it even happens. i'm wolf blitzer in tampa. you're in "the situation room." >>> we begin with chilling memories of hurricane katrina's deadly wrath almost seven years to the day that it permanently changed the face of the gulf coast as we know it. now tropical st
>>> hello, everyone. i'm debra feyerick at the cnn center in atlanta. don lemon is off. let's get you up to speed on the news making headlines at this hour. >>> egypt's president has removed the country's top two military officers. also president mohamed morsi reversing a military decree and taking away lawmaking powers from military generalis. egyptian forces are battling militants in the sinai peninsula blamed for last week's attacks that killed more than a dozen troops. >>> relief operations begin as rescue operations end for earthquake victims in iran. thousands of tents have been set up and food is being distributed where the quakes hit in northwest iran. there are reports that at least 250 people were killed. more than 1,800 others injured. >>> a u.s. navy destroyer is damaged heading into the persian gulf. not from combat, but essentially a traffic accident in the strait of hormuz. the "uss porter" collided with a japanese-owned oil tanker. >>> police shot and killed a man near new york's times square. the man allegedly threatened officers saturday with a knife. it's unclea
>> a category 2 at landfall for sure. could even be stronger than that. >>> stay with cnn for complete coverage of the republican national convention and tropical storm isaac. we'll be here all day and all evening. you'll want to be here, as well, for the best seats in the house. i'm wolf blitzer, reporting from tampa. >>> and i'm anderson cooper. next, cnn's early start. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> the ghost of katrina. almost seven years to the day, a brand-new storm with the same path and the same timing barrels towards new orleans. >>> if you're called upon to leave, you should leave. we will not say it lightly. we have seen the results of people thinking that they somehow are stronger than storms. >> hurricane fears haunting the gop convention in tampa, too. a shuffled schedule amid worries that this major storm strike on the gulf coast could overshadow mitt romney's big night. good morning and welcome to "early start," everyone. i'm john berman live in tampa, florida, for this week's gop convention. i am sitting in the cnn grill, a special cnn location
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